Feb 11- New Jersey would need at least $2.8 billion of new taxes by 2022 to make the state's full share of contributions into its public pension system under a proposed constitutional amendment, according to a report by a gubernatorial panel. The potential tax hit in an already high-tax state could be even greater, because the estimate is based on conservative...
Feb 11- New Jersey would need at least $2.8 billion of new taxes by 2022 to make the state's full share of contributions into its public pension system under a proposed constitutional amendment, according to a new report released on Thursday.
Centers for Disease Control predicts Zika virus cases may surge in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories, New Jersey governor Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the presidential race, extreme weather as seen from the International Space Station, and a record number of hopefuls applied to be in Harvard's class of 2020. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
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John Raines, deputy head of political risk at IHS Country Risk, talks about Republican candidates Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.
The outcome in New Hampshire may be like a "Seinfeld" episode: amusing, full quirky characters but with no clear message, Politico's Ben White says.
TRENTON, N.J.— New Jersey's minimum wage would rise to $15 over eight years and employers who pay above the rate could qualify for a tax credit under a proposal unveiled Tuesday by Senate President Steve Sweeney. Democratic Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto unveiled a proposal last week to increase the wage to $15 immediately. Prieto said he wants to see greater...
Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone will back John Kasich's presidential bid after Chris Christie dropped out of the GOP race.
Billionaire Ron Burkle spent years close to the Clintons, but has yet to lend public support to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Wall Street's favored 2016 candidates are not faring that well despite a threefold increase in contributions.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie also plans to suspend his presidential campaign, according to multiple Wednesday reports.